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This page provides reviews and other infos about the laptop Acer Aspire G. Build quality of the Acer Aspire is very solid and held up quite well during our testing. Whether it was being tossed inside of a backpack. Download Acer Aspire G Notebook Windows Vista 32/64bit, Windows 7 32/64bit Drivers, Utilities, Update and User Manuals.


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Acer Aspire 6920G Driver

It has a unique, high-quality style, but may not suit all tastes. Build quality is outstanding. While most notebooks come are either 15in or 17in widescreen models, the new Acers use 16in and 18in screens instead. The company says this is going to become more common but for now they're the Acer Aspire 6920G such products we've seen.

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A good all-round computer with potential for gaming 4 von 5 Single Review, online available, Short, Date: CNet The Aspire G really impressed us. It looks great, sounds great and has a good screen. It also offers up muscular performance from both the processor and graphics chip. If you're on the market for an attractively priced desktop replacement Acer Aspire 6920G can take care of your entertainment needs, it's definitely worth serious consideration.

Review Acer Aspire 6920G Notebook

Attractive design and good performances Acer Aspire 6920G very nice combination. Because of its dimensions it is not likely that this model will be considered by users searching for mobility. On the other side users who seek notebook that can take role of home multimedia center will be more than satisfied with Acer Aspire G. Leistung gut Single Review, online available, Long, Date: Comp Reviews Acer's Aspire is one of the best notebook options out there for those looking at a high performance notebook that also has true high defition media support.

The problem is that this system is very large Acer Aspire 6920G it much more difficult to carry around and it is a fairly expensive system. Acer has been Acer Aspire 6920G with the design and as a result has delivered an impressive machine.

Case The design of Acer Aspire 6920G series, which is known by the name 'Gemstone' has the potential of being a milestone in terms of Acer's notebook design. We do not like to be reminded to the old Aspire series, whose cases partly heavily suffered from stability problems.


The Gemstone design changed a lot. The cases got essentially bigger and the stability improved at the same time.

Nevertheless, they finally also look good and clearly distinctive from other brands. Just one year ago, the introduction of the Gemstone design created a furore by Acer.

At this time the Acer G was one of the first models taking advantage of the new design. These days the Acer Aspire G sets a new course.


Once again, a new design is introduced, which is obviously based Acer Aspire 6920G the previous Gemstone design, but, brings a lot of changes about. The most important difference is the innovative display, which entails a new format of the case. Although, the new aspect ratio looks unusual at first, the display appears to be rather small, because of its aspect ratio.

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The new display Acer Aspire 6920G also gave reason to redesign the hinges, which now dominate the appearance. The case is attached by an elongated duct and the hinges located at its sides are strikingly blue illuminated. This design brings about, that the display folds open down and back and interfaces could, therefore, not be located at the back side.

Furthermore, moving the hinges requires some force. Left beside the keyboard, there is the newly designed CineDash Media Console. Please refer to the section 'Input Acer Aspire 6920G for a detailed discussion of this touch-sensitive console.

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The dominating colour of this notebook is black, whereas Acer Aspire 6920G glossy lid with illuminated Acer Logo attracts attention. The design also leverages the silver plastic moulding at the palm rest areas, whose textured surface feels nice to the touch and which seamlessly integrates the touch pad. Base unit and display are well resistant against applied forces.


The flexural rigidity, checked by lifting the notebook at its front edge, is also good.

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